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Thanks to UbiSoft's My Japanese Coach for the Nintendo DS, you can carry a tutor in your pocket that lets you learn a new language in as little as 15 minutes a day. With plenty of entertaining lessons, loads of fun-to-play mini-games, and a host of helpful features, this unique language coach will have you not only speaking like a native in no time, but reading and writing like on as well!
My Japanese Coach takes you on a virtual tour of Japan while you're learning the language. Lesson plans take place in a wide array of Japanese locations, from the densest of population centers like Tokyo, to the idyllic Japanese country side. You actually get to explore Japan while you learn new vocabulary as you open each point of interest.
Learn From a Master
Meet Haruka, the in-game digital sensei, or teacher, that exists solely for the purpose of teaching you Japanese. After giving you a small placement-style test, Haruka will get you started working through the various stages of your lessons. Gaining mastery points by playing the various learning games allow you to clear each level. Once you master all the words given in a specific level, you move on to the next level.
As you work your way through over a 1,000 lessons, your language skills are constantly tested and sharpened by various mini games. My Japanese Coach includes 12 types of mini games, ranging from Flash Cards, in which you hear a word and have seconds to choose the correct English translation, to Bridge Builder, where you are required to string words together in the correct order to create a complete sentence. And with mini-games that add a clever twist to classic favorites--like Memory that forces you to match the same words in two different languages--you will be sure to have fun while you learn.
My Japanese Coach also features a built-in dictionary and phrase book that includes over 12,000 words and hundreds of useful everyday phrases.
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I received the game in great condition but to me it was mainly a pronunciation adviser if that. Also romanji, incorrect strokes, cute avatars displaying child games is not the way... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Allen Woods
Cool game, hard to come by. Unfortunately there are a lot of fakes in circulation, and I happened to get one. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Liam Schulte
Fast shipping! This game is amazing! Helped me get back into Japanese and on the fast track to getting the language down!Published 6 months ago by Davidanthonie Velez
The game covers every angle of learning the language. It guides the user through writing and pronouncing. The lessons are short and the mini games are easy to play. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charly Huelgas
This isn't really a game. While it does have mini games, they are all centered around learning japanese. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ronaldregean
This game forces you to learn to write in japanese kanji and hiragana in order to advance to a next level, complete waste of time if you are only interested in the langauge.Published 10 months ago by Toy Gatering